Christine has worked extensively in the field of Assistive Technology (AT), and in directing and managing grant projects related to AT for persons of all ages with various types of disabilities.
She has expertise in the combination of input and output technologies, customization for individual needs, and in integration into various environments, including workplace and educational settings. Christine has experience using a wide range of both low tech and high technology and works with students, educators, counselors, employers, service providers, and agencies and colleges to implement AT to facilitate success in education, work and daily activities. She has supervised multiple Level 1 and level 2 fieldwork students in Occupational Therapy. Christine also works with college students with disabilities at the UB Office of Accessibility Resources. She has worked on multiple federal and state projects implementing AT in schools and in the workplace, and in aiding persons of all ages to enable participation and independence.